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Thread: Inside Cisco's eavesdropping apparatus

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    Inside Cisco's eavesdropping apparatus

    I dont think that this link has been posted as yet, but I found it to be some pretty interesting, yet scary stuff.

    Cisco Systems has created a more efficient and targeted way for police and intelligence agencies to eavesdrop on people whose Internet service provider uses their company's routers.......Cisco's decision to begin offering "lawful interception" capability as an option to its customers could turn out to be either good or bad news for privacy.
    Big Brother is definately watching.....


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    All the more reason to use PGP, if you ask me.

    And I understand no one ever got fired for buying Cisco, but there are very viable and less expensive alternatives if you are willing to test them or even glance in their direction.

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